I have a deep and personal experience with adolescent and adults that struggle with addiction. My goal is to work with adolescents ages 12-17 and adults 18 and over who are motivated and have a desire to change. I feel my experiences and my college education have helped me to understand the challenges people face in the cycle of addiction. I am extremely family -oriented and understand the disease of addiction is a family problem, not an individual problem. I have a diverse ethnic background, this enables me an understanding of social and economic issues that individuals face in the cycle of addiction.
My specialty is helping individuals find HOPE in their situation. I like to work with my clients in building goals and objectives which are suitable to them. Meeting the client where they are in sobriety is my goal.
My son suffered with mental illness and substance abuse issues from the age of 19 years old. I dedicated my life to advocating for my son, ensuring he was treated with dignity and respect, and that others understood his illness. Chancellor House is dedicated to my son that I lost last year to suicide.

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